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IMAP email on 68K Macintosh
First things. install
Next create a
Start stunnel on your linux box
That's enough Linux work. Next you will need to grab yourself a copy of Mulberry 2.2.1, the final version of Mulberry available to 68K Macintosh.
A copy is available for download at the bottom of the page. I know I'm getting into a grey area, but Mulberry 3 and 4 are now available for free (see link below) so I'm assuming Mulberry 2 is as well? As it was I had a very difficult time trying to find a serial number for it. It's listed here below if you need it.
Set up your IMAP and SMTP settings as follows. You'll need to make sure that your Linux server has a static IP to point your server address to. Also notice that your credentials are in plaintext. This means that on you local network, your credentials will be insecure, however in transit outside your network you data will be secured by stunnel over TLS.
I got an error the first time I tried to log in with my password...
It appears as though because I use two-factor authentication, I need to set up an application specific password. The answer can be found in the URL of the screenshot.
After this I was able to log in successfully! Here's an image of my list of folders (I'm not going to show you my personal mail).
And finally, I sent myself a message so I could check using the webclient. Works like a dream!